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A new member of Nerillidae (Annelida: Polychaeta), Xenonerilla bactericola gen. et sp. nov., collected off California, USA

@article{Muller2001ANM,
  title={A new member of Nerillidae (Annelida: Polychaeta), Xenonerilla bactericola gen. et sp. nov., collected off California, USA},
  author={Monika C. M. Müller and Joan M. Bernhard and Claude Jouin-Toulmond},
  journal={Cahiers De Biologie Marine},
  year={2001},
  volume={42},
  pages={203-217}
}
Un nouveau Nerillidae, Xenonerilla bactericola, nouveau genre et nouvelle espece, est decrit des sediments hypoxiques du Bassin de Santa Barbara, au large de la Californie sud. L'espece n'est rencontree couramment que dans les sediments riches en mattes de bacteries filamenteuses sulfoxydantes. Le corps comprend un petit prostomium et neuf segments, le dernier fusionne avec le pygidium. La tete a deux larges palpes ventru-lateraux et pas d'antennes. Le premier segment (segment buccal) n'a ni… 

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